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BIJOU THE?TP
TODAY
Seventh Episode of
THE BROKEN COIN"
"FATHERLAND"
Four Reel B. U. F. Special Feature.
?Palinme?Lit? [email protected]<
TODAY
W. L. HALL'S PALACE REVIEW PRESENTS
"PARISIAN FEMALE MINSTRELS"
MOVIES FOR TODAY 7
"THE STRINGER MAN"-Two Reel Reliance.
"THE MOTHER OF HER DREAMS"-Thanhauser.
AT THE
Anderson
-TONIGHT
"The Little Girl
That He Forgot"
Don't Miss This Beau
tiful Play
20c 30c
The Drill That Makes
More Grain Per Acre
Now is the time to put your oats between
cotton rows, and Phillips'3?row Grain Drill is
the one to use, because it puts more fertilizer
to the center row and thereby overcomes ?he
small row in the center, which is the defect in
all other drills. It is the only drill made with
two wheels, which makes it as easy to operate
in the crooked rows as an ordinary plowstock.
Don't fail to come around and 'ot us show
you. You will readily see it is '??ie drill you
want.
Anderson Hardware Co.
j Andmon : : : Sooth Carolina
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BRILLIANT WEDDING ,
OCCURRED LAST NIGHT
ONE OF BIGGEST SOCIAL
EVENTS OF THIS*
YEAR
T R I B B L E-PEARCE
Miss Anna Tribble Became the
Wife of Mr. Thomas B.
Pearce of Columbia.
A wedding of unusuul Interest on
account of the prominence of the
young couple und tho popularity of
tlio chanhing bride was that of Miss
Anna Verina Tribblu and Mr. Janies
Ponrc ?f Columbia which occurred
last evening in tho First Ilaptist
church. Tho Anderson Floral com
pany had charge of the church and
lt presented a scene of rare beauty
ami brilliance thc decorations show
ing the touch and skill of an artist.
Over a pure white back grointa was
a dainty green effect with tall brass
?land; of puro white chrysanthe
mums.
Shortly before tho ceremony a
beautiful musical program was giv
en. Kolo, '.Hose of My Life," Mr. Sam
Orr Trlbblo. Solo, "Love Coronation"
Miss Stranathan. Solo, "At Dawning."
Mrs. W. H. Nardin. Solo, "I Love
You Truly," Miss Anna Warrell
Clarke, of Moultrie Ga. Promptly at
eight o'clock to the beautiful strains
of tho wodding mardi by Mrs. O. L.
Martin the groomsmen entered ono
by ono and formed a semi-clrc'o on
tho rostrum. Tbev were Mr. Dryan
Floyd, Mr. Miller'foster. Mr. C. C.
Wyobe, Mr. A. G. Turner, Mr. I. lt.
Magnons, Mr. Joo Everett and J. J.
(Judd all of 3i>artanburg, and Mr.
Dixon 1'oarce of Cokimbla.
Thc lovely maids all in pure whito
chiffon dresses, and carrying armfuls
of whito chrysanthemums entered
two and two and crossing the ros
trum too\ their stand In front o? tho
groomsmen. These were: Miss Mar
guerite Henry, Miss Lou Nelle Mc
Gee. Miss Ruth Walkin*. Miss Nelle
ll ?nely. Miss Catherine Sullivan, Miss
hettie lawrence, Miss Elizabeth Fret
woll and Miss Willie Perkins. Thc
two dames of honor entered at tho
same timo and were Mrs. Walker H.
Powoll of Columbia and Mrs. C|.
Frank Johnson. holli wore elegant
white satin dresses, and carried arm
fulls of whito roses. These were fol
lowed by two pretty little flower girlb
both in dainty whito dresses and car
rying baskets of flowors, little Miss
Josophlno Anderson and Miss Emily
Thornley.
The maid of honor, Miss Frances
Trlbblo entered alone, she wore a
charming creation of Georgette satin
and oplcscent trimmings and carried
white roses. Mr. Pearce and his
best man Mr. Phil Edwards, of Spar
tan burg carno in from the sido en
trance and met the beautiful bride and
her brother, Mr. J. W. Trlbblo at
the altar. Here the sweet and solemn
marriage ceremony with the ring was
performed by the pastor, Rev. John
E. White. The bride wore an ex
quisito gown of white ollk muline em
broidered In silver with train of
Duchess satin, and bor long grace?/, il
veil caught with a string o' rial
pearls. Her only ornament w:>? n
lovely .pearl necklace the gift ot thc.
groom, she carried a shnw?r lum
quot or orchards and lille? of the val
ley.
Immediately after tho ceremony H
number of friends and relativos were
entertained hy tho bride'? mother,
?Mrs- James L. Tribble at their homo
Nprth Main street at an dopant i ..
ceptlon. The whole lower floor of
the handsome home was thrown to
gether by means of folding doors nrnl
tastefully decorated with cut flowers
and ferns. Receiving at . thc'door
wore: Mr. and Mm. h. h. Gossctt,
Mr. and Mrs, J. li. Godfrey, Mr. amt
Mrs. D. A. Lodbcltor, while olinda
assisting in looking after thc guests
were: Mrs. William Laughlin, Mrs.
Leon ry ce, Mrs. Carrie Patrick and
Mira. Von Hasseln.
Mrs/ B. A. Henry. Mrs. C. S. Sul
livan and Mrs. H. E. Logon invited
tho guests into tho first ..dining room
whore an elegant salad course with
leo was served. Hero Mrs, J. P.
Sullivan and Mrs. J. L. McGee were
in charge. After leaving this room
they Wore taken Into another where
fm it cake abd coffee wero served
undci* thc supervision ot Mrs. J. 0.
Wilhito and Mrs. D. 8. Vandlver.
At eleven o'clock the pretty bride
changed her beautiful bridal robes
for a charming tailored suit of dark
blue with gray trimmings and hat,
gloves and shoes to match and she
and Mr. Pearce loft In an automo
bile for ? wedding trip. Leter they
will be at home at the Colonia Hotel
ha Columbia where the groom .is a
prominent business man.
A magnificent ?display of wedding
presents bore silent testimony to the
tmpularlty ot this young couple and a
host of friends oin in heartiest good
wishes for their happiness.
Ymm' THE ANDERSON THEATBB
VKMCAL SOCIETY
Doctors Rad Regular Meeting at Hos.
altai Yesterday. {
The Anderson County Medical so
ciety held Its regular meeting at thc
county hospital yesterday at IX
o'clock noon and about 12 member'
were present. A paper waa rend by
Dr. H. H. Harris willoh was discut?s
ed by Drs. C. P. Rose, J. B. Town
send and W. H. Nardin.
Mrs. Martha Yates.
Mrs. Martha Yatee, wife ot Mr. Ed
Yates of Henderson street. Torswsr
mills died at her home Tucftday night
at 8 o'clock. The funeral will ba
held today at Shiloh church.
? ARE ATTENDING
MEETING AT SENECA
SESSION YESTERDAY WAS
INTERESTING AND IN.
STRUCTIVE
CLOSES TONIGHT
Mr?. S. L. Lobby of Charleston b
Presiding--Anderson Wo
men Present
Tho synodlcal, thc womans orgiu.l
I zatlon of tlio Presbyterian church for
South Carolina, convened lu its sec
ond anniml session at Seneca yester
day morning at nine o'clock, with Mrs.
S. L, Lobby of Charleston, thc pres
ident, presiding.
The devotional services was con
ducted by Mrs. F. L. .Mayes, ot
Greenville. Addresses of welcome and
greeting were delivered by Mrs. T.
lesley Stribling of Seneca, on be
half of the Woman's Missionary socle
ty of Seneca; and by Mr?. A. Bram
lett of Clemson college, In behalf ot
the Piedmont Presbyterial. Those
hearty and ontiiusiastic addresses
wem responded io lu very gracious
and filling words cy Mrs. A. ?. F.
Gilmore, cf Chester.
The roll waa then culled by Prcs
bytcrials and euch Presbyterial pre
sented Its report. Every report bad
an optimistic ring and ii!.owed thai
marked ac'.vunco was being made along
all lines 'by tho ladles in extending
thc work ot tho church.
After the reading of tho minutes of
the last meet?as thc president made
her anuur.l address Th<jy then took
up the roports of f. o various secro
taries.
At the evening session an address
was delivered by tho Rev. W. H.
Mills of Clemson college, on "Tho
New Home Missions."
Some of those from Anderson at
tending the synod leal meeting ure:
Mrs. J. B. Townsend, Mrs. raymond
Beaty. Mrs. W. H. Frazer. Miss^SbT
na Bell Towers," Mrs. E. W. Brown,
Mrs. R. A. Mcconnel, Mrs. H. S.
Dowling and Mrs. W. J. Muldrow.
PROMINENT YOUNG MAN
Of COUNTY IS DEAD
MR. LEWIS COX DIED IN
PHILADELPHIA HOS
PfTAL
WAS 21 YEARS OLD
And Was in Good Health Untfl
About Three Months Age
Funeral Tomorrow.
? i. ti
Judge W. F. Cox was yesterday In
formed of tho death ot his nephew,
Lewis Cox, and son ot Mr. J. T. Cox.
of Belton, which occurred at the
Episcopal hospital in I'hlladolpVtla,
Pa., sometime Tuesday night. His
body will bc brought homo today and
funeral services will bo held tomor
row.
Mr. COX waa taken to Philadelphia
about three mouths- ago for treatment
for spinal trouble It was known
that his ci ?id lt Um was critical but
deatli was not expected so soon and
it carno as a severe ?flock to his re
latives and many' friends. Hi?
father left Belton Tuesday for Phil
adelphia bat did not roach thc bed
side before his son died.
.Mr.. Cox was a young man about
21 years old and .as one of the most
popular In the county. Ho was fac
ing a promising career anti on til
about three months ago wau in what
seemed perfect physical condition.
Ho attended tr.-.o meeting ot Bible stu
dents In Greenville th tho earlly sum
mer and was taken 111 while there.
He had to be carried home and was
ill ever after.
Mr. George W. Cox, a brother or
the dead young man, was in Ander
son t?iis' summo - attending Cecil's
Business col'-go. He left last week
to become principal of a high school
in Darlington county.
YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE
j MARKETS j
local market yesterday 181-4 cents
Open/ High. Low. Close.
Oct . . ..12.37 19.37 12.2? 12.??
Dec . . ..13.?5 12.83 12.65 12.75
Jan . . ..12.87 13.00 12.70 12.90
March . ..13.18 18.80 12.95 18.18
May. . ..13.35 13.40 18.18 18.85
Spots 12.4'.
Liverpool Cotton.
Open. Close.
Oct-Nov. ..7.07% 7.08
Jan-Fcb. ..7.11% 7.18
Mar-Apr...7.14% 7.15
Spots 7.84.
Sales 19,000.
Receipts 8,000,
YES! THE ?Nf>KB80?*?THEATBE
Gebberg'a Potato Chips Fresh,
and Crian Daily? MIOSK No. 733.
YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE
HIGH-CLASS TAILORING AND
GENT'S FURNISHINGS
We have opened e. "Tog Shop" that offers the particular dressers of
Anderson and vicinity a selection of over eight hundred exclusive
snappy, Fall patterns in Foreign and Domestic woolens; and the Tailoring ts Classy. These
clothes will have Style and Individuality about them. Of course, we Guarantee a Perfect
Fit and Complete Satisfaction. Prices $15.00 to $45.00.
GENT'S FURNISHINGS
Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Half-Hose, Underwear, etc., etc. that is right up-to-the-minute.
Everything in this shop is Brand new, and the very latest thing in styles, too. Come here for
your next piece of furnishings.
SMITH, GARRETT V BARTON
123 North Mam Street "Where Quality Reigns." Ligen & Ledbetter Building
The Spencer Family, the Giant Orchid flower
ing kind. The finest that can be grown
10c For Liberal Package
-~ FANTS BOpK SfTORp "
A Slight Mistake.
In tho article about council pro-,
cccdings yesterday Ifco statement in
regard to work to be done on Pied
mont street was mixed up. Mr Car
ter sometime ago made a motion
which passed. that Piedmont street
> be curbed and drained and sidewalks
pavr-xi from ' Ul ockley street to West
?End avenue and to be curbed and
drained on both sides- and paved on
i the south aide to Tribble street. He
brought this matter to ?be attention
of council yesterday and asked that
it bo placed in regular order with
other work to bo done..
YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE
Two Children Had Cronp.
The two children of J. W. Nix, mer
chant, Cleveland, Ga., had croup last
win tor. Ono was a boy of C, tho other
a Kiri of 8 years. Mr. Nix writes:
"Both got so choked up they could i
hardly breathe and couldn't' talk. I I
gavo them Foley's Honey and Tar and
! nothing else and lt entire'y cured '
them." This reliable medicine should
I be in every homo for lt gives limned . .
Into relief from colds, coughs and ;
?croup, heals raw inftammed throat
and loosens phlegm. Sold everywhere.
YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE
A New York man waa recently acl
lng as guido through an art gallery
for a friend from the country. As
they paused before ' a statuette, tito
guide said:
"That ls Psyche. Executed in torra-,
cot to."
"What a pity!" said the raral one.
"How barbarous t.icy are in those
SouUi American countries 1"
YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE
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OCTOBER 10TH TO 16TH
TOO TIMID TO
MAKE MOPPEY
Why not buy now? Don't wait until the Boom is on and
every one want* to buy. We have several small farms, splen
did land, within five miles of She city that can be bought very
cheap-Small cash payment, balance 7 per cent interest.
These farms run from 12 to 35 nerta. Why not look edt them?
We might swap for your city lot.
Anderson Real Estate & lovesuneat Co.
E. R. Horton, Pres. f 8. Horton, V. Pres. W. F. Marshall, Seer.
EUGENEf^VERETTTnLMORE
very thiag verybody JLfcts
Phone 66 269 Greenville
No. 8 Tomatoes. Large ?fare rans-whole tomatoes, this year**
parki regalar ten cent seller-8 for 9Sc| 6 for AC_
Me* a doze? for. .SJaJC
(Limit one dose? to a easterner)
No. l foll cream cheese j regatar S.Vceet isla?, *%r\
Special..AUC
(Limit % ms to n easterner)
New shipment Bahras; fall 18 es. packages, S 25c
Try 8 Jars of Fore Freit Jelly 25c
N?u g Harrain, sliced Pineapple, regalar pri?e 20e, Spe. ?>tS -
elsi fifer. .... ?tSpC
Try 1 package Bfpe Olives (rory Sae and delectable)) ^?Qg
Fresh Mnraronl Just received.
Phoae year Orders I We'll De the ?sail
Phone Se 289 GrcesTll?e.

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